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5 RV Parks near Kayenta, Arizona
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Kayenta. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Kayenta in the left hand column.
May 2018 - $1.00
What a gem! And what a value: Free! I opted for the Canyon View campground which was at the end of a fairly short but narrow gravel road [one lane]. There are views of the canyon and lovely pine trees all around. No hookups but each site has a grill and a picnic table. This park is off the beaten path but well worth the drive on an excellent paved road. The Visitor's Center was closed but an employee/ranger was handing out brochures about the park. I asked about Verizon signal and she said there was none at the Canyon View campground but there is at the Sunset. Nonetheless, I found a very usable Verizon signal at Canyon while there. The only caveat, other than the size limitations---and they should definitely be heeded [nothing over 28'], is that the sites are red soil and would likely, after a hard rain, turn into a very slippery mess. I will definitely return. - mockturtle
Jan 2018 - $30.00
Navajo National Monument is a little known gem. beautiful hiking and scenery. Cliff dwellings, interesting information in the visitor center about the Navajo (Dineh) culture. Watch the tree cover carefully! We're 32 feet and the site was just barely long enough. curvy roads. we put out road triangles to make sure we were visible - captaincakes
Jun 2017 - $1.00
It is actually free to camp here, with a seven day limit. There are two campgrounds, Canyon View and Sunset. Sunset, with 31 small sites, can be reached by all paved roads and is the closest to the Visitor Center. It has flush toilets and drinking water, but not for filling RV tanks. Also, there is no dump station, so plan on arriving with full tanks and leaving with waste. Canyon View requires driving on some good gravel road and is a little further away from the Visitor Center. There are some close branches, so if this is your campground of choice, it would probably be a good idea to scout it first via car/truck. It has pit toilets and no water but the sites are much better separated than Sunset and the views are fantastic at some of the sites. We chose Canyon View and had no difficulty with our 28 foot motorhome except for using care with the tree branches. The Park website indicates that 28 foot length is the maximum, but we saw several longer rigs. We loved our space and ended up staying longer than we had originally planned. We had reasonable Verizon service, voice and data. We were able to get DirecTV without a problem. We would definitely camp there again. - TheJim
Mar 2017 - $40.00
The ONLY reason to stay here is the amazing scenery! This "park" is nothing more than a sloping hillside that has had a little grading to make it drive-able. We stayed one night. No hookups, VERY out of level site. Was not informed the park doesn't allow dogs when we called, we had 2 with us. Staff was unfriendly and acted like we were imposing on them by checking in. There is a $20.00 ENTRANCE fee on top of the cost for the camping site. Went to the hotel/restaurant. Walked into the restaurant wanting to have breakfast. There were 4, young Native American girls working. All of them looked at us and then proceeded to ignore us. We stood around and waited for about 5 minutes for one of them to acknowledge us and left. That pretty much sums up the overall attitude we encountered from most of the employees we came in contact with. I do have to mention, the 2 girls we dealt with in the gift shop were very friendly. - gnlandrus
Mar 2017 - $40.00
This park is a big rip-off. For the amount of money you're going to spend, stay nearby at a park with full hook-ups. You'll end up paying the $20 entrance fee no matter what. The website photos are photo shopped and the brochure lists an off-season (no dates actually given) rate of $50/night. And they have a NO PET policy! No hook-ups, no view, a hot gravel slot, minimal to no security, and pet unfriendly. - Black Hills Tiger
Jun 2016 - $40.00
This dry campground is located within the Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. We choice this campground over others near the area because of this location. We arrived later in the day, were able to unhook, and then drive the loop through the Valley at our leisure. The sunset view from our RV was stunning. What a beautiful setting. The hotel is adjacent but far enough away so you don't get traffic through the campground. We had the breakfast buffet up at the hotel and shopped at the gift shop. I thought the jewelry selection offered here was one of the best I'd seen. - AspenTrailmama
May 2019 - $81.00
We pull a 43 ft fifthwheel with an F350 Dually. Check in was not easy; you need to look at the site they assign you before you pull your rig in. This park is built into a hillside. Some sites are level and some desperately need to be re-graded. This is the first time in five years of full time RVing, we had our front stabilizers fully extended with two leveling blocks under them. Site was way off level front to back and side to side (site 62). Once set up, we just loved this park. Lanes are paved and sites are wide enough to have your slides and awnings out plus park your truck side by side. Lanes are paved and sites are dirt. There is a picnic table and a standup grill at each site. Big trees on each site for nice afternoon shade. Beautifully landscaped park. Nice big fenced off leash dog park on site. No bugs while we were there. The location of this park is spectacular with giant red cliffs all around. The other RVers were really friendly. The Utilities worked well. No Verizon or AT&T data. AT&T cell is 3G. Park WIFI is okay for checking email only. Nice Cable TV. Some spotty coverage with AT&T cell. This is a very remote area so lack of cell coverage is to be expected. Our satellite worked well. Be aware: this park is about 22 miles north of Kenyata AZ and 22 miles south of Mexican Hat. Gouldings has a grocery store. There is a restaurant at the Lodge nearby. And you can schedule tours of Monument Valley from the lodge. - JanneC
Apr 2019 - $65.00
OMG. Beautiful views; the most scenic place we have ever camped. Some sites are not level front to back which makes it difficult if you are trying to stay hooked. The campground is quite a ways from the lodge, store, etc. but the park provides an on-demand shuttle. We took the Deluxe Monument Valley tour at 8am. Enjoyed the tour but it presented an uncomfortable start due to early morning blinding sun. The tour picked us up right at the campground. Very convenient. - bspe
Apr 2019 - $64.00
It's all about location here. You have wonderful views. Mostly pull throughs, gravel sites with FHU 30/50 amp, cable, wifi is good, 3G Verizon. The sites are close but I don't feel crowded. There are cabins, tent sites. My only complaint is that we had to park the truck perpendicular to the site. There's a lodge with restaurants, grocery stores. Tours & other places to visit close by. Would return. - c+jp 5rvers
Apr 2017 - $35.00
It's an interesting campground. It consists of 5 tipis, a couple of cabins, and 2 RV spots. RV Reviews rated it as an "8", maybe the rating was based on the tipis or cabins. We only had water and electric hookup. WiFi is weak/non-existent, as is Verizon. There are no over air TV stations or radio stations (FM or AM). The bathrooms are nice. Each of the two bathroom/shower is a private space; shower, toilet, and sink all in a private room. There is no picnic table or patio. We wouldn't have been able to use either due to the weather. Most days the wind was 10-15 mph, a couple of the days it was 20+ with gusts of 30-40 mph. That's not the fault of the park. The view from our motorhome was spectacular. We could watch the sunrise and sunset over the monuments from our motorhome. Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park is maybe 6 miles away. The location is great. I believe they are working on the campground. The tipi area is really nice with newer plants and beds, BBQ's, picnic tables. However, we probably would not stay here again, we would try another campground just up the road. - Living the Life
Aug 2016 - $28.00
Simi-level, back-in dirt site with electric and water. No sewer. Friendly staff. Access to restrooms and showers. Staff provides Monument Valley Tours. Quiet. Added bonus: wild mule roams free. - starrview
May 2019 - $61.00
New park and still building so it's a bit rustic. Pavers for patio are nice touch but loose the fire pit. Sites need more gravel or better yet, pavement. Great views and a great alternative to Gouldings. - Dennis_K
May 2019 - $47.00
Very nice KOA. It is a new park so the trees are still growing. Easy access, site was easy to into & level. Host was very friendly & helpful . It is a little pricey but then so is everything else in the area. - HS R.
Apr 2019 - $61.00
No pool or hot tub however, if you're here to visit Monument Valley this campground is in the heart of it! Incredable views early in the morning and at sunset. We were in a 50 amp pull-through site that they just put the first paver patio in and it looks beautiful! The premium sites also have a fire pit and all sites have the built in b-b-q. They have a nice off-lease dog park and a little park and playground for the kids (see my photos). I was there with our 42' 5th wheel toyhauler. We had to unhook and could park beside the rig or in back of it. - JCZ